More Anthony Art: Grass is Growing
Anthony's drawing of himself and Mommy, under blue skys and near a post box, in front of grass. They have their arm/arms raised in cheer because they're happy that the grass is growing. Dran Jan 7, 2007
Anthony and Mommy under a blue sky, near a Japanese post box, with arm/arms raised in cheer in happiness at the grass growing before them

Anthony drew this whilesitting on the floor behind my chair this morning, while I worked on the computer. Thoughtful as before, he included the requisite biology to support pooping and peeing. They don't have hair this time, but at least they have fingers.

He said that he drew it for Grandma, so we'll be sending the original to her.

I'm not sure why he chose to put a mailbox in there, but it's a pretty good rendition of a Japanese postbox.

All 2 comments so far, oldest first...

I see the feet have also changed slightly, and they both have a nice family resemblance and cute noses — one might worry slightly why Mommy has only one arm, though 🙂

— comment by Sam on January 6th, 2007 at 5:04pm JST (17 years, 2 months ago) comment permalink

Umm….assuming I’m the grandmother who will be the recipient, will I be expected to frame this with at least a museum mounting? It might just go on the fridge, unless it’s actually signed by the Artist. (I’m delighted that they, like me, delight in grass growing, and note that they, like me, are not the ones who actually cut the grass. )
However, if it is his Japanese grandmother who will recieve it, to the lucky lady I will just remind her that she has a treasure in her remarkedly gifted grandson.

— comment by Grandma Friedl on January 7th, 2007 at 12:55am JST (17 years, 2 months ago) comment permalink
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